HIV/AIDS Awareness

This program focuses on raising awareness and education regarding the HIV/AIDS pandemic.

The CDI staff engage in activities that organize communities of color into coalitions that respond

to identified needs. 

How We Help

The program staff is charged with educating community leaders and providing outreach to

social service agencies, medical providers,

religious institutions, government, private corporations, schools, colleges and community

based organizations to enlist their support in addressing HIV/AIDS issues. Referrals to drug treatment, legal needs, family planning, etc. are provided by the program as well as harm reduction information.

Fast Facts

  • More than 1.1 million people in the U.S. are living with HIV today, and 1 in 7 of them don’t know it.

  • An estimated 37,600 Americans became newly infected with HIV in 2014.

  • From 2008 to 2014, the estimated number of annual HIV infections in the U.S. declined 18%.

  • Gay and bisexual men, particularly young African American gay and bisexual men, are most affected.

  • Southern states bear the greatest burden of HIV, accounting for 50% of new infections in 2014.

  • In the jurisdictions where they could be estimated, annual infections in all states decreased or remained stable from 2008-2014.

          Source: https://www.hiv.gov/hiv-basics/overview/data-and-trends/statistics

Contact

61 Mitchell Place

White Plains, NY 10601

T: 914-428-6300
F: 914-428-6358

 

Our Partners
National Urban League
United Way
Westchester Gov

Empowering communities. Changing lives.

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